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DSEi 2003

September 2003: International arms trade fair London.

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Oxford Protesters Infiltrate & Disrupt Arms Fair

13-09-2003 16:01

On Wednesday, during a day of protest and actions against DSEi - the weapons exhibition taking place this week in London - a bunch of Oxford activists managed to get inside the exhibition centre, where one group unfurled a banner on top of a tank, while another locked themselves to the inside of an APC.

[read report] | [photos + video] | [radio programme]

Meanwhile, other Oxford people joined in with a variety of actions during the week.

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Legal Update: DSEi, Anti-War protests and others...

12-09-2003 12:53

Legal Update 16th September here.
Samba player in deep trouble after having been badly beaten by police and spending two days at Charing Cross police station; Witness appeal.

Liberty are asking for reports from people who were stopped and searched, ASAP. An email list has been set up for people who were arrested / beaten etc..

Since the 1st of September, 144 people have been arrested in protests against the Defence Systems and Equipment international arms fair (DSEi) that has been taking place in East London. Policing tactics have been condemned by a wide range of people and Liberty is have won the right to seek a High Court injunction over use of Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000; they have also offered to provide legal representation for anyone stopped or detained under this legislation. Bindmans Lawyers have also requested information or witnesses from DSEi.

Numerous requests for witnesses have been made on the UK indymedia newswire [1 2 3 4 5 6]. There have also been several videos posted showing police violence against demonstrators which may provide evidence [ 1 2 - more can be found on the full reports from the 9th, 10th and 11th September].

Meanwhile, Anti-War demonstrators are still being threatened with - and receiving - harsh sentences. Protestors from Fairford come to trial next week while some are still fighting to get the charges reduced before they come to trial (Background to the case). Yet others are still looking for witnesses and some, like Ulla Roder (who was arrested for damaging a Tornado war-plane), have had their trials delayed numerous times.

Further afield, Simon Chapman and the Thessalonikki 7 remain imprisoned in Greece (solidarity website). Simon's first appeal has failed (against the charges) and he is currently awaiting the results of a second appeal. Key evidence such as the video have been re-submitted. In the United States, webmaster of Sherman Austin has been imprisoned for 1 year; he has since been subject to death threats and is being kept in solitary on the grounds of safety as a reason.

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DSEi: In Solidarity With Anti-WTO Protests in Cancun

11-09-2003 14:20

kyong lee
Summary reports, links, activities and timeline from Anti-WTO protests in Cancun, Mexico

Thousands of protesters, peasant and farmers organization, workers, environmentalists, trade unionists and many other groups opposing the World Trade Organization, corporate globalisation and militarism from around the world and Latin America are converging in Cancun, Mexico this week, the location for this weeks WTO meeting.

On Wednesday, Korean farmer Kyong Lee took his life in protest against WTO policy, while demonstrators tore down the fence surrounding the summit but refused to enter the summit grounds. The Mexican president Vicente Fox had ordered a police-led campaign of misinformation and barricades (Report) and prevented a teach-in organized by the International Forum on Globalization. Police repression is high. At least 8 protesters have been seriously injured during the Thursday march. Many other protesters throughout the week have been injured, threatened with deportation, banned from Cancun and refused entry to the country.

Breaking news:
Saturday report
Radio report
Photos [1][2]

A timeline of up-to-date events as well as ¡Radio Hurakán! (Mirrors 1 2 3) are also available.

Background: UK IMC article

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September 11th - DSEi Weapons Dealers' Dinner

11-09-2003 13:27

The official week of events (6th-12th sept) against DSEi, Europe's largest arms fair had seen counter-conferences, vigils, film screenings, protests, direct action, and blockades all taking place - see the DSEi 2003 Special Section). Sept 11th was the penultimate day of the arms fair:

Trafalgar Square became Red Square, as anti-arms trade campaigners filled its famous fountain with fake blood. See Photos and Report and Report Two,

Sept 11th was also the auspicious date chosen for the DSEi / DMA Gala Dinner at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in central London. Arms dealers dined in luxury while around the world the dead were remembered (see Guardian article).

Anti-Arms protestors and peace activists showed their disgust outside the hotel throughout the evening with a noise demonstration. Diners arriving were greeted with shouts of "How many children have you killed today?", while the surrounding streets were repeatedly blocked by cyclists and drummers. Hundreds of police, some in riot gear sealed the area off and were overly aggressive, injuring at least one person who needed hospitalisation (see witness appeal).

There was strong support from passers by, while at least one person infiltrated the hotel dressed in a ball dress. Free food was given out as people stayed late into the night making as much noise as possible, banging pots and pans.

After holding their arms fair gala dinner on September 11th, the world's arms industry left the Lancaster Hotel under heavy police guard. They were able to leave the area via Lancaster Gate Tube Station, which, closed to members of the public, was commandeered for arms dealer only transport.

See Full Timeline

Reports: 1, 2
Pictures: 1, 2, 3, 4
Audio: Samba soundscape from arms gala dinner, Meeting the DSEi dealers
Video: 3 short clips, video 2
Recent mainstream articles: 1,2, roundup

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Sheffield Helps Disarm DSEi

10-09-2003 15:06

Fluffy DSEi protestors

Following on from the successful action at Fluent last week, many Sheffield protestors took their protest to the heart of the east end of London for the DSEi main event.

One Sheffield person was arrested on Tuesday and at least 3 people from Sheffield were arrested on Wednesday and taken to Charring Cross police station. One of them might have been charged with assault.

On Thursday the Sheffield Samba Band joind others at the Lancaster Gate protest.

Thursday report | witness appeal

Wednesday report

Tuesday reports: [1 | 2 | 3 ] photos: [ 1 | 2 | 3 ] video

Monday BAE action

Saturday photos: [ 1 | 2 | 3] video: [ 1 | 2 ]

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Second Day of Action: Arms?- No Way! Shut down DSEi!

10-09-2003 10:02

excel dsei underpass blockade 10th sept 03
The second main day of protest against the Defence Systems & Equipment International (DSEi) took place at London’s Docklands on Wednesday 10th September. Activists, anti-arms organisations, students and the public, angry, both about the items on sale, the well-known human rights abusing countries invited, and the devastation caused by weapons and munitions, attempted to "Shut DSEI by any means possible". This was the day that bargaining at the DSEi arms fair began in earnest and general press were prohibited from entering (see pics from inside: 1|2|3|4).

"Whose streets? Our streets!"

Early in the morning the Dockland Light Railway (DLR) was stopped in the first of several actions (see reports: [1] [2] and pics: [1] [2] [3]) with activists D-locking themselves onto the train at various stations or climbing onto the roof (see video). This disrupted the DLR for much of the day. Also on the DLR, activists engaged in "train theatre" posing as arms dealers (report and pics). On their way to the Excel centre they announced they had arms for sale two opened their cases revealing various sets of arms (prosthetic and dolls arms) they had to sell.

At Custom House DLR (pic others went to a "Meet the Delegates" action. From eight in the morning a Critical Mass left from the City of London to the Docklands (pics: [1] [2] and video. On their way to the Excel around a hundred cyclists blocked traffic while comedian Mark Thomas entertained the crowds. Just after nine the Palestine support group, International Solidarity movement (ISM) visited the Israeli arms company Rafael in an attempted office occupation, later unfurling banners outside.

At eleven o'clock the two meeting points of "Storm the Death Fair" at Connaught Bridge underpass and "Blockade the Death Fair" at Canning Town roundabout allowed affinity groups to converge to form mobile groups forming and splitting as they engaged in their various actions. At Canning Town the group was prevented from moving by police but soon shoved their way through and moved off down Silvertown and along Victoria Dock road.

At Connaught Bridge a car partially blocked the ExCel approach road in a D-lock action (pics) while groups moved in a variety of directions, many up to Connaught roundabout and some down to the underpass (pics: [1] [2] [3]), blockading the traffic for several hours. Groups remained mobile; some pushing through police lines as other roads nearby were temporarily occupied or blockaded.

As pink and silver Samba drummed their way along Victoria Dock rd (pics), blocking the road with crash barriers, clashes occurred as police pushed the crowd against the railings of a recreation park. Samba managed to move off up Freemasons Road joined by Sheffield samba band and preceded to block the A13 main road (pics). There were scuffles and arrests as police chased the crowd in different directions.

Meanwhile at the ExCel centre six activists infiltrated DSEi, occupying two tanks, daubing them in ‘Stop Death’ banners and locking on, before being removed by security (see press release, pics and video). Some delegates are forced to walk to DSEi due to the disruption caused by the protests (see delegate video).

At 4pm the Reclaim the Streets party mobilised many of the roaming affinity groups at Rathbone Market where a crowd of around 300 took to the streets soon meeting up with a critical mass bicycle group complete with sound system. On the A13 the crowd was eventually blocked in by police (video), later being forced into a park (video), which police had cleared with mounted riot police (video). They were slowly released in small groups after being photographed (reports: [1] [2] [3]).

Meanwhile next to Canning Town DLR a second RTS group occupied the roundabout, as the DLR was again stopped, banners hung on top of the flyover ("Disarm DSEi"), arms delegate buses blockaded and riot police deployed. With another samba group playing, there were more arrests and scuffles as police cleared the roads, later blocking in two main groups of protestors for several hours as people tried to push through police lines (pics: [1] [2] [3]).

The day had seen a high level of disruption around the arms fair, especially given the relatively small numbers of protestors, while police continued using stop and search powers under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 (reports: [1] [2] [3] pics: [1], [2]). There were many arrests, some targeted, some quite violently, throughout the day.

See Full Timeline.

Reports: [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27]
Pictures: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11,12, 13, 14, 15,16, 17, 18, 19,20, 21,22,23, 24, 25, 26]
Video:[quicktime,wmv:1, 2,3,4,5, mpeg]
Miscellaneous: Pensioner protest, Corporate media: [1 ,2] Call for evidence of legal support [1,2,3]

Arrests update: 10th, 11th.

Reports from corporate press: [1] [2] [3]

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First Day Of Action: Fluffyness Against DSEi Arms Fair

09-09-2003 08:39

Pink and fluffy :-)

The first of the two Days of Action against DSEi arms fair have started early this morning. Indymedia UK is covering what is happenning in the streets around the ExCeL building and other locations around London. Click on the "Read More" link below and then croll down to see the timeline of events of Tuesday 9th of September. You can also listen to the live web radio stream. Mainstream Media reports 61 arrests so far in relation to actions against the DSEi arms fair in the last days. Human Rights group Liberty have condemned the policing at the DSEi arms fair.

In the morning one arms company had their doors D-locked whilst another got paintball decoration. Red paint, symbolizing blood was distributed over the main entrance. The CAAT march finished with speeches and before the next event "Fluffy DSEi" policing increased massively. Blockades took place in the afternoon when about 200 people were condoned off for a while. 16 people were arrested today.

Reports: [ 1, 2,3 ,5, 6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15, 16]
Pics: [1,2, 3,4,5, 6,7, 8,9,10,11,12]
Audio/Radio: [1,2]
Videos: quicktime : [1,2,3,4, 5, 6, 7] wmv: [1,2,3,4,5,6] ,mpeg,avi,
Other coverage: Italy IMC, IMC Germany
Miscellaneous: [Infrastructure Information, Background, Mainstream press, Press complaints campaign: [1,2,3], BBC "have your say" ]

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Samba! Monday Events against DSEI

08-09-2003 13:36

A samba action has taken place in London at the BAE offices in London just before 9am this morning. An attempt was made to bestow an award to the company. Entry was gained to the foyer by 6 suited anti-arms campaigners. There were two arrests of people using D-locks on tables. The people arrested are now at Charing Cross Police Station where there has been a supportive samba noise demo. Click here for full report - pictures [1,2] - [ 2 short video clips, longer video clip on Imc Italy]- audio.
On the way from the BAE action to Charing Cross police station the group stopped by at the Army Recruitment Office to voice their protest against the war machine.

In the morning, delegates to the NATO military committee meeting in Cambridge were greeted by a lively show of the street theatre "performing for peace" on Monday morning.Pictures.

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Round-up of Weekend Events Against DSEi

07-09-2003 20:02

Sunday, September 7th:

The two day long Disarm DSEi Conference has started this morning in London. Several workshops, trainings and presentations have taken place at the Convergence centre. Issues discussed have ranged from war and arms trade to Climate Change, whilst, at the same time, workshops on Non Violent Direct Action, Indymedia and Legal briefings have also taken place. All of this has taken place under increased police surveillance. Police stationed just outside the main entrance to the convergence centre, kept taking photographs and video of all those going in or out of the building [Photos]. Some cases of police harrassment were more extreme as several activsts have been followed around the streets of East and North London [Report]

In Cambridge protesters marched on a hotel where defense chiefs from NATO countries have been meeting. The De Vere's hotel was described, by a demonstrator, as having "become an extension of the military bases in the area putting up soldiers from the USA, the UK and other countries". Speakers voiced their discontent about De Vere's involvement with arms dealers and armies and linked the Cambridge NATO meeting with the DSEi arms-fair. [Report & Photos]

Saturday, Sept 6th:

In the morning a boat action took place in order to prevent military ships to enter the Docks for display at DSEi. Several activists were arrested, but released later co-inciding with a solidarity protest in front of Charing Cross Police Station. Read more.

At midday, several hundred people marched from Victoria embankment, past Downing street and Parliament Sq to the Imperial War Museum with two samba bands adding funky rhytms and a positive athmosphere. The march ended at the museum's gardens where a rally took place with speakers from different groups addressing issues of arms trade and in particular the DSEi arms fair.

Read report.

Photos: [1 | 2 | 3 | 4| 5 | 6]

Videos: [1 | 2]

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Waterborne action defeats navy

06-09-2003 23:00

Saturday, Sept 6th: DSEi attempted to sail 4 warships along the river Thames, through Gallions Reach Lock and into the Royal Victoria Dock near the Excel exhibition centre on Saturday morning.
Three sperate affinity groups attempted to stop the naval vessals getting into Albert dock and DSEi by trying to block the lock gates with people in the water and to prevent the swing bridge from opening by locking-on with D'locks. There was a four hour window in which the tide allowed entry into the docks. The 30 activists succeeded in disrupting the manoeuvre, and the last 2 ships in the convoy aborted their mission and had to stop 7km down stream. Around sixteen people were arrested and taken to Charing Cross Police Station, where a solidarity protest took place to support the arrested and to wait for their release. Some were released without charge - others were charged with swimming in the dock or attempted criminal damage....

Boat action: reports [1,2]; pics [1,2] - video;
Charing Cross police station prisoner solidarity assembly: [pictures | video]

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Image NUJ drops support for Indymedia?
24-03-2006 17:22 | 2 additions | 7 comments

Audio Law Lords Rule DSEI Arms Fair Section 44 Terrorism Act Use Valid (Liberty Audio)
08-03-2006 15:42

Image East End Adversaries
13-09-2005 18:29 | 2 comments

Text 16th March: Day of Action Against DSEi Organisers
06-03-2004 12:43 | 1 comment

Text DSEI policing cost over 4million
05-03-2004 03:40 | 3 comments

Image Young people protest in trenches against the arms trade
02-03-2004 16:32

Text Police Harassment of DSEi meetings and future meetings
28-02-2004 12:12

Text Four arms fair protestors jailed
23-01-2004 18:52

Text DISARM DSEi - London Meeting - 26th February
23-01-2004 18:04

Image Turin Samba Player freed
14-01-2004 17:59

Text British Iraqi Goes On Trial for Protesting at Arms Fair
13-01-2004 18:03 | 1 comment

Text DISARM DSEi 2005: SHUT DOWN SPEARHEAD - open meeting
06-01-2004 21:34 | 2 comments

Text Turin Samba player found not guilty!
06-01-2004 11:36 | 6 comments

Text SAMBISTA IN COURT tomorrow, jan 6th, 10am
05-01-2004 11:54 | 1 comment

04-01-2004 22:37

Text Police praise DSEI tripods action
21-12-2003 11:36 | 3 comments

15-12-2003 16:34 | 5 comments

08-12-2003 17:25 | 4 comments

05-12-2003 17:10

Text Anti-Bush organizers: ''Thursday's protest will not be hijacked by anarchists''
16-11-2003 03:47 | 14 comments

Image GuilFIN DSEi 2003 pix
16-10-2003 14:08

Text Were you Section 44 searched at DSEi?
15-10-2003 17:06

Text Were you arrested for Obstruction of the Highway at DESi?
08-10-2003 11:52

Text Liberty goes to court
02-10-2003 16:59 | 2 comments

Text BAE Systems spy on anti-arms trade activists
27-09-2003 23:30 | 10 comments

Text DSEI police search records still needed by Liberty!! By Monday!
27-09-2003 02:09

Text NOTIFICATION: Bush State Visit...
26-09-2003 14:36 | 19 comments

Text Dsei Defendants Mailing list
24-09-2003 13:45 | 1 comment

Text Searched by Police at DSEI? Liberty needs your help, Urgently!
24-09-2003 03:19 | 3 comments

Image Police Badly Beat Samba Player- WITNESS APPEAL
18-09-2003 22:20 | 2 comments

Text IMC Video looking for footage of DSEI
18-09-2003 12:38

Text Dsei defendants in court Tues 16th
17-09-2003 16:55 | 1 comment

Text DSEI Witness Appeal - Tue 9th Sep
17-09-2003 14:23

Text What did you do at DSEi, daddy?
17-09-2003 09:55 | 3 comments

Text Legal Information sought - DSEi
16-09-2003 11:56 | 4 comments

Image DSEi activists run rings around the Police (literally)
15-09-2003 12:00 | 4 comments

Image DSEi critical mass bike ride
14-09-2003 23:12

Image pictures from RTS on A13 - dsei wednesday 10th
14-09-2003 19:25

Image Pictures - police action on victoria dock road - wed 10th dsei
14-09-2003 19:13 | 1 comment

Text DSEi protesters got it all wrong
14-09-2003 18:32 | 5 comments

Video "Good Morning DSEi!"
14-09-2003 13:02

Text cop violence at RTS party - appeal for witnesses/people willing to press charges
13-09-2003 21:54 | 1 comment

Image Indymedia Public Access Point for DSEi - thanks to all imc'istas
13-09-2003 18:02 | 4 comments

Image DSEi Photos: Action at Delegates dinner, Thur 11th
13-09-2003 16:09

Text Video Footage - possible use to anybody who was arrested
13-09-2003 13:30 | 3 comments

Image Arms & Leg Dealers
13-09-2003 11:58 | 2 comments

Text First day inside DSEi
12-09-2003 20:20

Video DSEi Video: NVDA Tues - Section 14 Imposed after CAAT March
12-09-2003 19:54

Text Ministers "block police op on arms dealers"
12-09-2003 18:45 | 1 comment

Video More from dinner with the arms dealers
12-09-2003 18:15

Text SchNEWS DSEi Roundup
12-09-2003 17:51 | 1 comment

Text Witness Requests Disarm Dsei 9th Sept
12-09-2003 17:01 | 2 comments

Video DSEi Arms Fair invaded - pictures and video
12-09-2003 15:01 | 4 comments

12-09-2003 14:42 | 1 comment

Text Charing Cross Police Station, Abuse of Rights for DSEi
12-09-2003 12:58 | 1 comment

Text DSEi Are Doing Market Research
12-09-2003 12:03 | 3 comments

Text Witness appeal - Lancaster Hotel 11/9
12-09-2003 11:02 | 1 comment

Text liverpool disarm death fair
12-09-2003 10:02 | 2 comments

Text Sambatastic at DSEi hotel Dinner
12-09-2003 09:40 | 12 comments

Text What Next after this Year's DESi Campaign
12-09-2003 09:33 | 8 comments

Text DESi action 12.9.2003
12-09-2003 08:44 | 1 comment

Image Actions on 10th and 11th September
12-09-2003 08:08 | 1 comment

Video DSEi Dinner - three short video clips
12-09-2003 03:17

Image Assorted pics from DSEi Arms Fair Gala Dinner - Sept 11th
12-09-2003 03:00 | 1 comment

Image Sept 11th: DSEi Dinner of Death Merchants Get Own Tube Station
12-09-2003 01:36 | 1 comment

Text images from the 10 and 11th of september
11-09-2003 23:30 | 2 comments

Audio Meeting the DSEi dealers
11-09-2003 23:20 | 1 comment

Audio Audioscape from arms traders dinner
11-09-2003 22:31

Text DSEI Thursday: Text messages reports from the hotel gala demo
11-09-2003 19:24 | 3 comments

Text Effective Anti Capitalism
11-09-2003 18:57 | 5 comments

Text Critical Mass greets fat cats
11-09-2003 15:47

Image Trafalgar Square becomes Red Square
11-09-2003 15:36 | 12 comments

Text Trafalgar Square becomes Red Square
11-09-2003 15:25

Text DSEI Reclaim The Streets: Protest Tactics Deja Vu
11-09-2003 15:24 | 9 comments

Video short vid clips from RTS canning town - dsei wed
11-09-2003 15:14 | 3 comments

Text We Are Winning
11-09-2003 14:48 | 1 comment

Text This is a Local Arms Fair for Local People
11-09-2003 14:43 | 6 comments

Image pics from rts group at canning town - dsei wed
11-09-2003 14:24 | 3 comments

Text Thoughts on the Anti-Capitalist movement and DSEi 2003
11-09-2003 14:07 | 6 comments

Image wed afternoon pics from dsei
11-09-2003 13:55

Video short dsei mpg vidclip - rts break through police line A13 - wed
11-09-2003 13:33 | 1 comment

Text cartoon
11-09-2003 13:21

Text ARMS DEALERS and their lackeys PIED !!!
11-09-2003 12:39 | 4 comments

Text BAE-Saudi corruption allegations set DSEI in context
11-09-2003 12:32

Text Corporate Media on DSEi protests
11-09-2003 12:01

Text DSEI - silverlink stopped - try to block DLR
11-09-2003 11:13 | 1 comment

Video DLR train action
11-09-2003 11:09 | 4 comments

Video An angry arms dealer
11-09-2003 11:01 | 9 comments

Text DLR shut down this morning
11-09-2003 09:55 | 1 comment

Text Singing for Peace
11-09-2003 08:46 | 1 comment

Text Witness appeal
11-09-2003 08:20 | 1 comment

Image DSEi Critical Mass
11-09-2003 07:59

Text activists detained at charring cross
11-09-2003 02:35 | 4 comments

11-09-2003 00:27 | 2 comments

11-09-2003 00:16 | 3 comments

Video Police violence at park gates
11-09-2003 00:04 | 7 comments

Video Running battle on Victoria Dock Rd VIDEO
10-09-2003 23:08 | 1 comment

Video Canning town kids vs mounted cops VIDEO
10-09-2003 22:38

Text Activists Infiltrate DSEi
10-09-2003 21:11 | 7 comments

Text Desperate call for photos or videos of arrest
10-09-2003 20:32 | 5 comments

Image DSEI: RTS party pictures
10-09-2003 20:21 | 2 comments

Image DSEI: IMC Liverpool pictures
10-09-2003 19:04

Image DSEI: pictures from inside the crowd at Custom House
10-09-2003 19:00

Text Excessive policing at DSEi Reclaim the Streets
10-09-2003 18:27 | 10 comments

Text DSEi roundabout protest
10-09-2003 18:03

Image Mobile photos
10-09-2003 17:46

Image DSEI: Pictures outside Custom House DLR Station
10-09-2003 17:27 | 1 comment

Text Police block cause chaos on A13
10-09-2003 17:25 | 3 comments

Text party moved to park rather roughly
10-09-2003 17:12

Image DSEI: Pictures from inside the arms fair set 2
10-09-2003 16:23 | 2 comments

Text Deputy Mayor of London horrified after visit to Arms Fair
10-09-2003 16:20 | 2 comments

Image DSEI: Pictures from inside the arms fair
10-09-2003 16:07 | 1 comment

Text street party on a13 (ish)
10-09-2003 15:56

Text Demonstrators arrested at Fluffy Dsei
10-09-2003 15:52 | 2 comments

Text Mainstream support for Liberty
10-09-2003 15:48

Image DSEI: Critical Mass Pictures
10-09-2003 15:04

Video Video of DSEi Police Clash
10-09-2003 15:01

Image More pictures from the D-locked DLR train at Poplar
10-09-2003 14:47

Video Fire Alarm Cops
10-09-2003 14:40 | 1 comment

Image DSEI Pictures Wednesday Actions
10-09-2003 14:32

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